Some zone administration tasks can be performed from the command line. However, the simplest way to administer zones is to use the GUIs that Trusted Extensions provides:
The configuration of zone security attributes is performed by using the Trusted Network Zones tool in the Solaris Management Console. For a description of the tool, see Trusted Network Zones Tool. For examples of zone configuration and creation, see Chapter 4, Configuring Trusted Extensions (Tasks), in Oracle Solaris Trusted Extensions Configuration Guide and How to Create a Multilevel Port for a Zone.
The shell script, /usr/sbin/txzonemgr, provides a menu-based wizard for creating, installing, initializing, and booting zones. If you are administering zones from Solaris Trusted Extensions (JDS), use the txzonemgr script rather than Trusted CDE actions. txzonemgr uses the zenity command. For details, see the zenity(1) man page.
In Trusted CDE, the configuration and creation of zones can be performed by using actions in the Trusted_Extensions folder. For a description of the actions, see Trusted CDE Actions. For procedures that use the actions, see How to Start CDE Administrative Actions in Trusted Extensions.